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Abby got the part!
Right before filming began in earnest, Dragonwife Wu threw a cast mixer at the Fiddler’s Green pub.
“This is so embarrassing,” she admitted. “It’s just my husband Jian was such a good man.”
“He was my uncle, remember?” Abby said. “I miss him too. And mum as well.”
“So,” Abby began. “I guess we’re going to fall in love on screen. I’ve never done that before, so I hope you have some advice!”
Justin chuckled. “I’m sure you’ll be fine. I saw your audition. You have your character down already.”
“I think we’re going to have a good time,” Justin agreed.
“Would you like to go get a drink sometime,” Justin asked.
“A-a drink?” Abby stammered, unable to take her eyes away, “Of course!”
“Then it’s a date!
At home, two kids were three times as much work as one. Sky was home most of the time, but Abby had a dawn casting call and often wasn’t home until late. And Xia was gone.
Sky returned to painting, a passion she had left behind long ago.
Still, she added a bit of her own talent to make them hardier.
Sawyer had a sudden desire to build an igloo.
When he went off to work, Andria dragged Dylan out to have a bit of fun.
Sawyer ran his first vaccination clinic. He wasn’t the most reassuring doctor to do this job, but he was efficient.
He also had a great chance to humiliate a vaccine skeptic.
And then there was Edmund.
Dylan flinched. “I could have sworn I saw….”
Andria’s eyes widened. “Maybe it was a trick of the light. Maybe not.”
“I’ll keep a better eye on him.”
Then Victoria’s birthday was upon them.
It took me forever to figure out what the red marks were on the last two portraits. They’re the red Christmas lights. They certainly look weird, but the portraits look great, and I tried too many times to get a well-lit portrait with no thought bubbles. It will have to serve.
Victoria has Sky’s skin, Sky/Dylan’s brown eyes, and Andria’s hair. It makes her coloration look a lot like Abby’s. OTOH, she’s an Irresistible Sailor, which sounds interesting!